The Southeastern Epistemology Conference is an occasion for philosophers across the southeastern United States to come together and talk about various cutting-edge issues in epistemology. It is free and open to the public, though attendees are asked to register in advance. October 23rd, 2020 to October 24th, 2020 at 8:30 am
The economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will be long and arduous. However, simply reviving the existing “brown” economy will exacerbate irreversible climate change, biodiversity loss and other environmental risks.
A kick-off event for UF’s First-Generation Student Celebration, join Harvard Graduate School of Education's Dr. Anthony Abraham Jack, who will discuss the challenges faced by first-generation college students at predominantly white universities.
Women and frontline communities of color currently lead grassroots movements for environmental, energy and climate justice. They resist state-corporate crime, gender-based violence, and the mundanity of environmental racism.
What does Global-Cultural Environmental Justice mean to you? How might it be imagined? What might it concern specifically? How might we work in its direction with our language and actions? How might we go about actually making it?